Navy Lace Babydoll Dress

short sleeve navy dressI fell in love with this gorgeous dress but it was just too expensive for me – much to my disappointment. When I saw this navy lace babydoll dress from Loft I was really excited because it was a lot more affordable, especially with their 40% off sales they frequently have. Of course it’s mostly sold out now and I’m sorry about that! It’s been selling out really quickly and I hope they restock because it’s such a great dress and I can see myself wearing it all spring and lace babydoll dressIf you notice a change in lipstick color, it’s because we decided to shoot a few more photos at our last location during our recent trip to Dumbo and Brooklyn Heights. Kelly and I love exploring and discovering new spots and we loved the little alleyway in Brooklyn Heights.
navy lace babydoll dress ora delphine crossbodyI pulled out my favorite heartbreaker crossbody again (last seen here and here) and I’m still obsessed with it! It adds a really fun element to any outfit and I’m still getting compliments on the bag from complete dress IMG_3981 copyI’m all about the metallic detailing on the heels of these shoes. They’re a classic nude peep toe pump but the metallic heel makes them so much cooler. They were last seen here and seem to be sold out but I linked to some other great pairs at the bottom of the lace dress little navy dressPhotography thanks to Kelly West, check out her instagram and facebook page.

Bag: heartbreaker crossbody c/o Dress: only left in petite, petite lace babydoll dress but you can check to see if they restock regular sizes: lace babydoll dress (pricier one I love: a-line lace & silk dressShoes: similar Tuctivista platform pump or less pricey platform peep toe pump Watch: marble collection watch c/o Lipstick: (red) Be Legendary matte lipstick in Bing c/o Jewelry: c/o Leslie Francesca and Brooklyn Designs c/o

Also, check out my latest article I wrote for Mode where I share why us fellow petite gals should wear whatever we feel like wearing!

Check out 7 Styles That are No Longer Faux Pas for Petites

by Shira Rose at Mode